Google Home will use Philips Hue smart lights for ‘Gentle Sleep and Wake Feature’

Must Read

Jharkhand polls for 81 constituencies from November 30 to December 20; counting on 23rd December

Addressing a press meeting today, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora has announced the poll dates for Jharkhand Legislative assembly....

Congress forms six-member committee of AICC to review situation of NRC in Assam

In a bid to review the condition of Assam state after the implementation of the NRC exercise, Congress party...

Shiv Sena elects Eknath Shinde as party’s legislative leader; Sunil Prabhu appointed as chief whip of party

In a striking breakthrough, Shiv Sena elected senior minister Eknath Shinde as the party's legislative leader today. It has...
Saurabh Joshi
Hey Guys!!! I am a regular Content Writer here and I bring to you the latest and the hottest Tech related news and blogs. I hope you enjoy reading my content and are learning something new everyday. Thanks and have a nice day!!!

Google has announced some new features and abilities available to Google Home device owners. Google introduced a new feature for Google Home devices and Google Assistant in general this week called Gentle Sleep & Wake.

This feature fittingly called Gentle Sleep And Wake is designed so as to mimic a sunrise and sunset. It will let you get the kind of luxury experience that people who can afford homes and apartments with natural light get on a daily basis but through cold, artificial Wi-Fi lightbulbs instead. It’s basically the same thing. This integration results in Philips Hue smart lights gradually turning down 30 minutes before you’re scheduled to sleep or brighten over a half-hour period to “mimic the sunrise” in the morning. At night, the gradual change of light is intended to improve the quality of your sleep.

As well, there’s the new “Wake up my lights” command, which can be paired with a specific time, such as, “Hey Google, wake up my lights in the bedroom at 7 AM.” As well, users can tell Google Home to “sleep the lights” in a specific room, which will prompt them to gradually dim when bedtime nears.

The feature won’t be widely available, at least not for a while. It’s currently available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore and India, and you’ll need to use English. There’s also no mention of support for non-Hue lights. If you can live with the limitations, though, it might be worthwhile to get a better start (or end) to your day.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest News

Speculation grows on Aadhaar linkage with property

New Delhi, Nov 16 (IANS) Over the last 2-3 years, there has been off and on buzz about an...

SEBI mandates linking client ID with demat account

New Delhi, Nov 15 (IANS) Aimed at preventing diversion of money, markets regulator SEBI on Friday announced norms to map clients Unique Client Code...

Kota residents protest against Mardani 2, meet LS speaker

Jaipur, Nov 15 (IANS) Kota residents on Friday met Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla, an MP from Kota, to register their protest against the...

Defeat vicious designs to restore institution’s glory: CJI

New Delhi, Nov 15 (IANS) Outgoing Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Friday said the judicial system is facing new challenges, which emerge from within...

Air traffic controller in Pak helps plane from India

Islamabad, Nov 15 (IANS) An air traffic controller in Pakistan on Thursday saved a plane flying from the Indian city of Jaipur to Muscat,...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This